Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will warn the global trading system is under real pressure as the relationship between China and the US continues to deteriorate.
Iran summons the British ambassador after London backs the US conclusion that Iran attacked two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, while the Saudi Energy Minister stokes tensions, saying the kingdom "is committed to ensuring stability of global oil markets".
Iran accuses the US and its allies of warmongering while the US Defence Secretary says America's focus is on building international consensus, although they are always planning contingencies.
Pope Francis says that carbon pricing is "essential" to stem global warming — his clearest statement yet in support of penalising polluters — and appeals to climate change deniers to listen to science.
From your next smartphone to your car, digital devices rely on rare-earth minerals, but a threat from China to strangle the global supply could reshape the world as we know it.
The Trump administration insists climate change is not a big deal, but the Pentagon can see its bases going under water with its own eyes. This is how it's fighting back.
The US President tells a gathering of Japanese and American business leaders in Tokyo that Japan had long had a "substantial edge" in trade with the US, joking that might be the reason why he is so liked in the country.
It was a single drink in a London wine bar that tipped investigators to a possible connection between Donald Trump's campaign and Russia. For the first time, both men give their accounts of the evening.
He declared the refugee swap agreed by Malcolm Turnbull and Barack Obama "a stupid deal". But the revelation that two alleged murderers were settled in Australia shows Donald Trump may have had the last laugh.
While most agree that the trade war has so far not been a winning strategy for either the US or China, one prominent strategist says there is a clear winner in Donald Trump and Xi Jinping's trade war, and it's not either of their countries.